London forecast for Friday June 28 — hot sunshine amid Saharan bubble heatwave as mercury rises to high twenties


PLENTY of hot sunshine away from the eastern coasts amid the Saharan bubble heatwave with mercury rising to the high twenties. Breezy with strong coastal winds continuing.

Sizzling and sunny Saturday with winds easing. It somewhat cools down on Sunday and Monday with a westerly breeze but it’s still balmy during the sunny spells and dry.

London weather forecast for 7am on Friday June 28

London weather forecast for 1pm on Friday June 28


UK Weather warning: Yellow – Winds

Some strong gusty winds are expected through the morning in the southwest of England and may bring some travel disruption.

  • To know what to do, see the Met Office advice for travelling in storms, rain and heavy wind.

UK outlook for Friday June 28 to Thursday July 11

A SIZZLING, sunny day for most with temperatures reaching 30C, particularly around Somerset, amid the Saharan bubble heatwave, but gusty in the southwest through the morning. These strong winds ease up later into a balmy evening for most, however the night will get uncomfortable for sleeping as humidity rises.

The heat moves from west to east on a scorching Saturday as temperatures jump up to the mid thirties. A cold front moves in on Saturday night and it is getting cooler and cloudier on Sunday, with sunny spells and scattered showers on Monday, in places heavy in the northwest.

Showery in the north on Tuesday, but fine and dry in the south.

Warm sunshine over the next few days for most, though not as hot as this week. Dry and sunny for many eastern and southern areas, with the cloudiest conditions and spells of rain in the north and northwest.

Next weekend looks likely to continue dry, bright and warm, with higher temperatures in the south and east but some cool nights possible too. Short-lived wetter and windier could appear at times, mainly in the north or northwest.

Friday’s temperatures for London

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